- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 36. Public Contracts
- Chapter 10. Employment Preference
- Section 210. Civil Penalties.
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AS 36.10.210. Civil Penalties.
- (a) In addition to any criminal penalties imposed, after a hearing the department may impose a civil penalty on a person
who, in connection with certification of eligibility for an employment preference under this chapter,
- (1) made a false sworn statement; or
- (2) made an unsworn falsification with intent to mislead a public servant in the performance of a duty.
- (b) The amount of the civil penalty under (a) of this section for a person who falsely certifies that the person is
eligible for an employment preference under this chapter is not more than $400 for each false certification.
- (c) The amount of the civil penalty under (a) of this section for an employer who falsely certifies that employees are
residents eligible for a preference under this chapter is not more than $2,000 for each of the first five false
certifications. The penalty for the sixth false certification made by an employer and for each false certification
thereafter is at least $2,000 and not more than $4,000.
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